As an ongoing effort, Shure is hard at work reducing our carbon footprint and elevating sustainability with significant focus.
Packaging is a key component of this focus, as Shure recognizes that environmental responsibility takes serious commitment. With an aim to both educate consumers as to best practices, and align with global compliance standards, Shure has undertaken the effort to update all packaging components with the appropriate recycling symbols that match their material composition.
Look for the recycling code on your packaging components. Refer to the table below and follow the recycling instructions as noted locally in your region to support sustainability efforts and best practices worldwide.
|Packaging Code||What is it?||What to do with it?|
|Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Plastic||Rigid PET can be recycled curbside!|
|High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Plastic||HDPE bags and bubble wrap can be recycled (check locally).*|
|Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Plastic||Cannot be recycled. Shure is phasing out the use of PVC in packaging.|
|Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Plastic||LDPE can be recycled (check locally).*|
|Polypropylene (PP) Plastic||PP can be recycled (check locally).*|
|Polystyrene (PS) Plastic||Rigid Clear PS (e.g., HIPS) is widely recycled, EPS foam is rarely recycled (check locally).*|
|Other Plastic||Cannot be recycled.|
Paper packaging can be recycled curbside!
Most Shure packaging falls in this category.
|Paper Composites||Check locally.*|
|Plastic Composites||Check locally.*|
*Here is a resource to get information on your local recycling infrastructure: Earth 911
Please do not hesitate to contact us email@example.com for further information regarding Shure packaging.
The content of this table is provided as is, it may be subject to change due to changing local, national and international regulations. Shure does not make any representation as to the accuracy or completeness of such information. Please keep informed about your local sorting scheme.